Decided to stop listening after 2 times,as my ears were starting to bleed, the 6 songs that scored zero from me, were not terrible, they were just songs I wouldn't choose to listen to, but they were not nearly as bad at the ones that scored my top points.
The ones at the top, if I never hear them again it will be too soon.
Post by PurpleCareBear on Nov 29, 2020 15:09:24 GMT 1
Well, I've now listened . And voted. And feel like I should be paid for that. That said, only 13 of the 23 were ones I just couldn't stand. A couple of songs were far too good to be there. Some others, not for me, but not making me wince either.
Post by Shireblogger on Nov 30, 2020 17:51:07 GMT 1
All the points are in, and one thing is crystal clear. Haven is far more aligned about what it hates than what it likes.
The winning entry (i.e. the absolute worst song of the 2010s) scored more points than any other song has in Haven Time Machine : 2010s.
Two other songs also scored more than 300 points. Even the fourth placed song scored more than 3 of the winners of other rounds.
At the bottom of the results chart (i.e. not considered to be too bad), we have the 2nd, 3rd and 4th lowest scores of HTM:10s. In other words, three people picked songs that most people think are OK, and some think are jolly good, actually.
Regarding the overall competition. We started this round with six possible winners, and three possible wooden spooners. And we finish it with a confirmed first and a confirmed 22nd. But more than that I'm not prepared to say at this stage.
However, I can promise an exciting results show. Tune in on Tuesday at 5pm.
I am reasonably confident that my scoring will be quite well aligned with Haven as a whole. In particular, I will be very surprised if the song I gave 30pts doesn’t ‘win’. My own entry, not so much.
The one I thought least worst — which would have easily got my 30 points if this were a normal round — was #Selfie by the Chainsmokers, superb track with great tongue-in-cheek humour. So I predict that for bottom 3 here.